They Call Me Produce Pete

Pete Napolitano is not your average everyday produce man. He is “Produce Pete” from WNBC-TV Weekend Today in New York. With his hit segment in the show, Pete quickly saw his life change from a simple business owner to a local celebrity. Readers can now follow Pete on his journey as he takes you through his life in this fascinating autobiography. From humble beginnings to hard work and lucky shots, Pete Napolitano shares his story about how he became the beloved “Produce Pete” that New Yorkers and New Jersey residents know him as today.

They Call Me Produce Pete is a quick and feel-good read that will leave you feeling positive about life. From explaining his early childhood with his hardworking and somewhat distant father to moving into young adulthood and meeting his lovely wife, Pete Napolitano paints a detailed and stirring picture of what it was like to become a local star. The comparison of his childhood to where he is now is truly inspiring to read. Led by the hard work of his father and the love of his mother, Pete became a loving and hardworking “all about the people” kind of guy.

Through it all, readers will be able to feel the love and passion that Pete has for the produce industry and his segment on WNBC-TV. This heartwarming and fun-filled book is perfect for a feel-good kind of afternoon. I read this every morning because I realized it put me in a better mood throughout the day. Pete’s fun-loving personality and passion will win over readers in this wistful but delightful memoir.

Pages: 185 | ISBN : 9798986988306

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